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Obamicons

This is not a post about Transformers, and it isn’t about a new religious cult – albeit that would have been a really good guess. No, this is about an interesting website that will Obama-tize a picture for you.

The iconography developing around Obama is actually quite intriguing – not to mention disturbing. As I implied in my Unprecedented Obama Lust post, Obama continues to achieve a nearly mythic status amongst his following. One wonders how long this can possibly last.

Needless to say, a wide variety of pictures are available. Some are of the “counter-obamicon” variety, in other words, a pictorial-satire of the vacuous platitudes of a deceptive administration. Here are some of my favorite pics so far, mostly regarding the Austrian School and its criticisms of Keynesianism and the Fed. Go make something fun and post your link in the comments!

Hans Hermann Hoppe
Hans Hermann Hoppe, Austrian Economist
Ben Bernanke
Ben Bernanke, Fed Chairman
Henry Hazlitt
Henry Hazlitt, Journalist
John Maynard Keynes
Lord Keynes, the man who started this mess

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